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Los Angeles Superior Court Los Angeles Superior Court remains closed until May 12, 2020 except for time-sensitive, essential functions. The Court’s order extending its closure can be found here. All Civil jury and non-jury trials scheduled between April 17 and May 12, 2020, will be continued to a date after June 22, 2020. A list of Frequently Asked Questions can ...
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On May 11th, from 12:00 to 1:00 pm, SABA-SC will host a webinar entitled, “Dealing with a Hidden Disease in the Age of COVID-19 – Addressing the Uptick in Hate Incidents Against Asian Americans.”   The webinar will feature Manju Kulkarni, Executive Director, Asian Pacific Policy and Planning Council, and Robin Toma, Executive Director, Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relations.  ...
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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is seeking applications for its Division of Corporate Finance, located at its Washington, D.C. office.  Apply here.  Its Miami office also has an opening in its Division of Enforcement.  Apply here.   The United States Attorney’s Office for the Central District of California is seeking applications for one-year term Uncompensated Special Assistant U.S. Attorney (SAUSA) ...
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Dear SABA Southern California Community: Our worlds are rapidly changing each day as information surrounding COVID-19 becomes available. We want to take a minute to wish each of you and your loved ones good health and access to resources in these troubling times. We are working to formulate actions and policies that will best serve members of the South Asian ...
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In light of the rapidly evolving health and safety concerns surrounding COVID-19, as well as recent recommendations from Governor Gavin Newsom and other government advisories, the SABA-SC and SABA-SC Public Interest Foundation boards have decided to postpone our two upcoming events: The Gender & Diversity Panel hosted by Baker & Hostetler, originally set for March 17; and Our Annual Banquet, ...
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SABA-SC was proud to join NAPABA and other sister bar organizations to sign on to a letter drafted by a coalition of Asian American and Pacific Islander organizations. The letter urges United States House and Senate leadership to issue a statement dispelling misinformation surrounding the coronavirus, as well as denouncing any racially-motivated attacks. The Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19), has raised ...
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Fisher Phillips’ Sacramento office seeks a mid-level employment litigation associate with 2-6 years of experience. Significant experience in labor and employment law is preferred, but candidates with strong litigation experience and a demonstrated interest in labor and employment law will be considered. Apply here. Fisher Phillips’ Los Angeles office seeks a senior associate with 5-7 years of employment litigation and/or ...
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This year, we are delighted and honored to celebrate the following awardees: Trailblazer Award: The Honorable Sergio C. Tapia II, Assistant Supervising Judge of the Criminal Division, Superior Court of California – County of Los Angeles, for serving as a pioneer in the legal community. Judicial Appreciation Award: The Honorable Neetu Badhan-Smith, Judge of the Superior Court of California – ...
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